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Poster: Christine Hennig Date: Oct 25, 2004 5:26am
Forum: sabucat_trailers Subject: Re: Wow! and request

Here's one I'd like to make: the trailer for _The Killer Shrews_, featuring Dr. Radford Baines of the Information Service. Now there are some ordinary trailers for this film out there, but the specific one I want is the one featuring Radford Baines lecturing the audience on the dangers of killer shrews. This is my all-time favorite movie trailer, because it's the funniest one I've ever seen.

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Poster: berberry Date: Oct 25, 2004 9:34am
Forum: sabucat_trailers Subject: Re: Wow! and request

The word 'shrew' reminded me: I'd like to see more trailers for Shakespeare films. Olivier's Technicolor version of 'Henry V' is already here, but how 'bout his 'Hamlet' and 'Richard III' or Franco Zeffirelli's 'The Taming of the Shrew' and 'Romeo & Juliet'.

It'd also be great to see a trailer for the CinemaScope sci-fi classic 'Forbidden Planet'. Not, strictly speaking, a Shakespeare picture, it is nonetheless based on his 'The Tempest'.

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Poster: berberry Date: Nov 17, 2004 3:59pm
Forum: sabucat_trailers Subject: Re: Wow! and request

A couple more that come to mind:

'The Blackboard Jungle', 1955 with Glen Ford and Sidney Poitier and 'The Adventures of Robin Hood', 1938 with Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland.

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Poster: glenn Date: Jul 11, 2005 5:00pm
Forum: sabucat_trailers Subject: Re: Wow! and request

Babes in Toyland... not the Laurel and Hardy one, the one from the sixties.